Incidence of organizational innovation in industry sectors based on PINTEC
Keywords:Innovation. Organizational innovation. Industry sectors. Degree of technological intensity. PINTEC
Objective of the study: To investigate the incidence of Organizational Innovation (OI) in industry sectors in Brazil, grouped by the degree of technological intensity (GIT).
Methodology: The quantitative study used the 2011, 2014 and 2017 editions of the Innovation Research (PINTEC) as a database. The manufacturing industries that performed OI typified in Management Techniques, Environmental Management Techniques, Work Organization and External Relations were selected, organized by sector according to the National Classification of Economic Activities (CNAE) and grouped by GIT (Low, Medium-low, Medium-high and High). The information obtained was organized and presented in tables, which were analyzed descriptively and the results were discussed with previous studies.
Originality/Relevance: The data structure developed for the study is unprecedented as it presents the types of OI by industry sector and classified by the GIT.
Results: Two thirds of the industries are in the Low and Medium-low GIT; emphasis on performing OI in Management Techniques; the higher the GIT, the greater the percentage of companies that performed OI in Management Techniques and Work Organization; the OI in Environmental Management Techniques had greater emphasis in the Petroleum, Chemicals and Drinks sectors; Medium-high and High GIT industries are the most likely to perform OI in Management Techniques.
Theoretical/methodological contributions: The structure and treatment of data by industry sector, types of OI and GIT, can be replicated in future studies.
Social/Management Contributions: The study presents information for the elaboration of strategies and policies to encourage OI that may favor companies and generate employment, income and tax collection.
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